02-26-2015, 06:32 PM
Facing criticism for not seek approval from AICTE for graduate courses in technology offered its 24 colleges, Delhi University has led to the interested directors required in this regard, with only a few days remaining for the term.
Schools ask for the support of all Council of India for technical education (AICTE), but still needed time for DU term of 20 February. In an official communication to the DU directors, Pro-Vice Rector said, "the University is formally seized of the matter research AICTE recognition technology to graduate programs offered at schools in the today. The process to be followed for the approval of this research will be initiated by the office. " Universities need to submit applications for approval by AICTE last February 19.
DU teachers, last week demanded the participation of VC in the matter as students held a protest in connection with the same outside the Faculty of Arts. Graduate programs in computer technology, electronics, food technology, electronic instrumentation and polymer science were introduced as part of the four-year degree program (FYUP) destroyed last year following the intervention UGC. UGC had, however, led DU to continue with graduate programs in technology, but only for students admitted during 2013-2014.
CARRIED President Nandita Narain, however, said that no directives were distributed earlier. "Now we proceed with the guidelines and necessary. No directives have been before," said one principal, on condition of anonymity.